A Rheumful of Tips Around the Home featherpillowssupport #40 – Feathering My Nest – Part 1 October 28, 2011 9 Comments Image courtesy of Michael Kaufmann Foam. Gel. Microfibre. Duck, duck, goose. There are so many choices, and all of them promising a quick entry into dreamland. I've pretty much tried most types. Still, my favourite pillow is feather-filled. What I like about a feather pillow is that I can re-position the feathers where I need them to provide - with a bit of bunching, clumping and squishing - support. Related posts: Feathering My Nest - Part 2 Not Only for a King 0 Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) 9 Replies to “#40 – Feathering My Nest – Part 1” I had a special foam pillow from the Chiropractor for a while. Back to my old feather pillow now. It is much more comfy! Like you said you can fluff, bunch and squish to suit your mood. Reply So it’s a mood-pillow. Hmmm, I wonder if that would work as a marketing ploy? LOL! Reply I use down a duvet and pillows. They are lighter than synthetic, and mould round the body more easily. My body slows right down in sleep and I often woke in the night feeling cold. I discovered that if I lay a feather pillow across my feet they stay warm and my sleep is not disturbed. Reply G.M., It sounds like you’re snuggled in for the night once you settle down into your nest! I need my feet free! Reply Pingback: Readers’ Roundup of Resources | A Rheumful of Tips Pingback: Make Your Bed, Now Lie in It | A Rheumful of Tips Pingback: Not Only for a King! | A Rheumful of Tips Pingback: Feathering My Nest - Part 2 | Auntie Stress Pingback: Make Your Bed, Now Lie in It | Auntie Stress Feel free to comment! Cancel reply This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.